Posts Tagged “rb-appscript”

NetBeans 6.1, Ruby and AppleScript

by john on April 2, 2008

Screencast to demonstrate using NetBeans, Ruby and rb-appscript together to control scriptable applications on Mac OS X.

Ruby as AppleScript Alternative – Part 6

by john on March 25, 2008

In this post I’ll show how to use the interactive help system within rb-appscript to explore the scripting interface for an application. To begin, you’ll need to verify that you have installed ASDictionary version 0.9.0 or later. You can download (…)

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Ruby as AppleScript Alternative – Part 5

by john on March 24, 2008

In the previous posts on rb-appscript I dug into some code to show how you can use Ruby and rb-appscript to accomplish the same tasks available with AppleScript. Let’s take a few steps back to look closer at some of (…)

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Ruby, an AppleScript Alternative – Part 4

by john on March 14, 2008

The fourth in a series of posts on how to use Ruby (rb-appscript) as a replacement for AppleScript.

Ruby, an AppleScript Alternative – Part 3

by john on March 13, 2008

This post is 3rd in a series about using Ruby and rb-appscript as an alternative to AppleScript.

Ruby, an AppleScript Alternative – Part 2

by john on March 13, 2008

This is Part 2 in a series on Ruby as an alternative to AppleScript. Introduced are dictionaries and Scripting Additions.

Ruby, an AppleScript Alternative – Part 1

by john on March 12, 2008

An introduction and installation guide for rb-appscript to enable Ruby developers to query and control scriptable applications on a Mac, providing an alternative to AppleScript.